8 Advantages of API Technologies' EMI Filter Arrays

by Jaymie Murray 10. July 2015 10:32

The elimination of EMI/RFI interference is essential to successful EMC performance in an electronic system. For systems operating at frequencies above 50 MHz, shielding alone often cannot shunt unwanted harmonics, conducted or radiated, on power/control lines that run through compartments of an electronic enclosure. EMI filtered arrays that incorporate filter plates that facilitate entering or exiting sensitive compartments in an assembly are excellent methods to bring electronic interdependent functions/systems into compliance.

Filter plates allow a means of interfacing voltage and/or data to distant areas of a system without compromising its performance. Filter plates provide several advantages, including excellent isolation from 5 MHz to 18 GHz and beyond, reduced labor involved for installation, and reduced risk of damaging filter elements during installation. Connecting to these filter plates is easily accomplished through several methods, including ribbon style connectors, harnesses, hard wiring or directly soldering leads at a 90° angle to the printed circuit board.

Learn more about API Technologies' range of Filter Plates, contact us, or request a quote.

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12 Days of Products: Resin Sealed EMI Filters

by Jaymie Murray 21. December 2014 08:30

Rudolph knows great EMI filters when he sees them! API's Resin Sealed EMI Filters are easily mounted in a tapped hole or thru-hole with supplied nut and lock-washer. The rugged case with resin seals at both ends provides excellent environmental protection. Applications include power supplies, signal lines, rocket igniters, medical equipment, and DC motors. Learn more about API's Resin Sealed EMI Filters, consult an engineer, or request a quote

 

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The 10 Commandments of Electromagnetic Compatibility

by Amy Brown 24. July 2014 10:09

Have you ever wondered how many turns per foot should you twist all pairs of wires to minimize magnetic pickup? Or where ferrite cores and beads should be installed to minimize common mode emissions? Well, wonder no more! Now all your electromagnetic compatibility questions will be answered in this handy infographic. Learn more by visiting eis.apitech.com/magnetics 

 

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API Technologies Now Offers Texas Spectrum Electronics Products

by Amy Brown 25. June 2014 15:34

We are pleased to announce that, beginning today, API Technologies’ Electromagnetic Integrated Solutions (EIS) product line will now offer Texas Spectrum Electronics (TSE) products.

First launched in 1976, the TSE product line includes a wide range of EMI and EMP filtering and surge suppression products. These products have been used by a wide range of defense and commercial customers in a wide range of military programs and high-reliability industrial applications.

As one of the world’s largest providers of EMI/EMC technology products, we are known for offering products that deliver superior protection and performance. We are pleased to now include TSE products as part of our broad and growing EIS product line. 

Explore API Technologies’ line of TSE products, and connect with a member of our sales team regarding TSE and other API Technologies brand products by calling Linda Stockard at +1 814-474-0402 or contact us.

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